Hanging in

I’ve had some of the hardest days of my life recently. I’m doing everything I can to get back into the swing of things but I have my moments. I’ve been knitting a lot but it was really hard to pick up my camera because photography was something I enjoyed with my sister. I’m so lucky to have Mike and Maya and a great family support system. I don’t know where I’d be without you my friends. I love you.

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Maya in her new hat.

New for spring, a collection of my favorite Artyarns.

Sweet Georgia Shawl
The Sweet Georgia Shawl.

Zen Yarn Garden Pure Silk Lace 100% Silk
Some new Zen Yarn Garden Pure Silk yarn, dark and twisty just like me.


About Michelle

Knitting Tin Hats since 2004.
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2 Responses to Hanging in

  1. AlisonH says:

    Oh honey, to say I’m so sorry can’t even begin to say it. Oh Michelle.

    I want you to know this: when I was getting dressed this morning, on a day I was going to meet someone highly important to my dad and his work–I pulled out some handknit socks.

    And kept putting this pair back, then that pair–I didn’t know why but they just weren’t it.

    Then I saw yours and instantly nothing else would do: the ones my friend knitted to wish me back to health. Nothing else could do today; I did not know why but I had to wear those and that was that.

    Now I do. I walked comforted by the love and the work of your hands today. They made me feel loved. They made me feel beautiful. They are on my feet still.

  2. Brandi says:

    I know there are no words that can make you feel better. I know from experience. Your doing everything you can taking one day at a time(i know it sounds silly and trite but it’s truthful). I do think knitting is definitely a theraputic activity and if it’s what you want to do right now do it.

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